This section gives you the knowledge, tools and resources with which to find misleading claims and to effectively challenge them.
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- Why complain? explains why we need to challenge misleading claims.
- Where to find misleading claims gives ideas about where you are likely to come across, well, misleading claims.
- Once you found claims you think are misleading, How to complain guides you through what you need to do to.
- Since there are many organisations — both statutory and voluntary — you can complain to, Who to complain to gives some advice.
- We also provide a variety of Tools and resources that will help you to do all this.
- Remember to tell us about your successes and any failures!
- The Society of Homeopaths: failing to make the case for homeopathy
- The end of homeopathy on the NHS in Bristol?
- NHS Homeopathy: 20 years of decline
- The different faces of the Society of Homeopaths
- The growing pains of osteopaths
- Diluting misleading claims - ASA update
- NHS homeopathy in Scotland - on a shoogly peg
- Homeopathy on the NHS: at death's door
- Rubbing salts into the wounds of homeopathy
- On a downward spiral
- About The Nightingale Collaboration
- How to find out who owns a website
- Advertising Standards Authority
- How to submit a complaint to the ASA
- Finding deleted and changed webpages
- The decline of homeopathy on the NHS
- Making a complaint
- Landmark decisions for homeopaths
- WDDTY #2 - The Second Wave
- NHS Lanarkshire to end referrals to Glasgow Homeopathic Hospital